Shaving has been a part of the male experience since Time began. However even with high-tech razors many men still get nicks and cuts because they simply don’t know the best way to shave.
So, why hot water? Well, hot water opens the pores of your skin and relaxes your facial muscles which makes for a smoother shaving experience. In fact try to keep your face as wet as possible during shaving.
Another thing to consider is that many of the cheaper beard trimmer models do not come with a warranty. Including a warranty shows that the manufacturer has confidence in their product and you can replace it if you happen to get a lemon. Brand name trimmers like the Braun Beard Trimmer. Braun is a trusted name with several models to meet your individual needs. They come with a manufacturer’s warranty.
Braun Beard Trimmers are a great gift for that boy who is becoming a man. Nothing says that you recognize him as a man more than a trimmer. Boys can’t grow beard faster nor do they need a trimmer for what they don’t have. But young men do! Show that young man in your life that you notice him and respect him as a man.
The city of Las Vegas has a wonderful ad campaign about “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Inside all of us is the need for adventure and excitement that is outside our normal lives. But as we experience something exciting we also want to know that our normal lives will be waiting for us.
Keeping your skin healthy. The more stimulation you give your chin and mouth areas, the more likely they are to grow hair. Keep this in mind if you often touch or massage your face. Since hair helps to regulate hydration and body temperature, not to mention sweat glands, it is important to not allow your skin to get too dry or too oily after your begin regularly pulling out your facial hair. Lotion and cream clog up pores. The best recommendation for facial hydration is coconut oil.
Yes, you might think, “My genitals are clean so I don’t have to wash my hands.” Wash your hands anyway. If you want others to wash their hands after toileting, then you should wash yours. Some people do not even wash after defecating. This spreads foul germs on door handles and elsewhere. Whenever possible, wash your hands and use a towel to dry them- use the towel to open the door to avoid more germs. Don’t set your purse on the floor or counter in a public restroom- you’ll transport germs around with you all day! Use a clean piece of toilet paper to flush, as you don’t know what was on the last person’s hand!